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A newly sold home at a new housing subdivision is seen in San Marcos, California on Aug. 20, 2007. The economic contagion that started with a slump in U.S. home prices has spread throughout the financial sector due to default rates on risky subprime mortgages. (Mike Blake/Reuters)
A newly sold home at a new housing subdivision is seen in San Marcos, California on Aug. 20, 2007. The economic contagion that started with a slump in U.S. home prices has spread throughout the financial sector due to default rates on risky subprime mortgages. (Mike Blake/Reuters)

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